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Hie Herald's Sporting News
EJL PASO HERAI
May 16, 1910. The HeralcPs Sporting News
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Big League Baseball
At Pittsburg R. H. E.
Philadel'a ...20130000 0 G 13 0
Pittsburg- ...0 0000000 2 1 7 2
Batteries: Philadelphia, Moren and
Dooln; Pittsburg, Adams, Maddox and
Gibson. Umpires, Johnstone and Mo-ran.
At Cincinnati R. H. E.
Brooklyn ...0 0000000 0 0 7 4
Cincinnati -.00120000 x 3 5 1
Batteries: Brooklyn, Bell and Ervrin;
Cincinnati, Rowan and McLean. Um
pires, Rigier and Emslie.
Hit Fest Followed Eemoval
of Cates, Douglas Twirler.
Score, 7 to 4.
At Sioux City R. H. E.
Sioux City .. 002 220 40 10 12' 3
Denver 020 002 010 5 2 3
Batteries Chabek and Miller; Eh
mann and McMurrav.
CLIFTON WINS TWO
FEO'M MORENCI BOYS
At Chicago R. H. E.
Boston 1 0i 0 0 0 0 2 0 i 0 2
Chicago 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3' 2
Batteries: Boston, Curtis and Gra
ham; Chicago, Overall and Xeedham.
Umpires, Klem and Kane.
EI Paso .
fared much worse and the pitching hon-
ors of the day all -went Booles's way,
for the El Paso sidewheeler was work
ingjsetter than in any game yet played.
He Is far from being in condition, as
his control is yet very ragged, but he
has the smoke and steam of a real
pitcher, and another week will see him
Mackey made one very bad decision in
rm, c-j - . wi -m -u I calling a ball which rolled past the
Time, Sunday afternoon; place, wash- ..., v ' , , . , Jt -i
t, ov- oo in -do .,. I thld base bag, clearly In fair terri-
the lucky seventh, Hewitt up; score,
Douglas 4, El Paso 2, Cates pitching.
From that moment until the entire
team had batted around and Hewitt
flew out on a foul to LeBrand, for the
side out, things were in a whirl of hit
and run baseball with El Paso dofng the
hitting and likewise the running.
In cold type the hot Innnig listened
something like this:
Hewitt, first up, singled down the
third base line and was safe on first.
Jackson got a single to center, advanc
ing Hewitt to second. .Earthman sacri
ficed the two runners to third and sec
ond respectively, and Ketchum drew a
base on balls. (X) marks where the big
Kane Sacceeds Cates.
LeBrand. thinking like a cream separ
ator, pulled out Cates and sent in Kane
to finish the game. Cates buckeil not
on going out, but on allowing a left
hander to replace him, for left handers
are El Paso's bread and meat when they
have a batting bee on. Cates protested
but nothing doing. Finally big Kep
linger, the policeman fan, gave the
Cactus, league pitcher the sign and
Cates retired in favor of Harry Kane.
The Beginning of the End.
McCarty was first up. He had struck
out twice in the previous sessions, but
as a dark horse he was "there." Harry's
horseshoe, plus El Paso luck in the
lucky seventh, was working, for he hit
down the third base "way to deep left,
scoring Hewitt and Jackson. The score
was tied. Tex. Merritt followed. He hit
a single "where Bill Harper wasn't. This
sent McCarty down to second. Booles
was up next and won his bloody bloom
in' game ny slashing out a high drive to
short center, scoring Ketchum from
third and McCarty from second, but still
they hit the ball. Gowan got a clean
double to right field, sending Booles to
third. Flick laid on the leather for an
other brand of a single, scoring Booles
from third. Gowan went to third In the
meantime when Hewitt hit the high
foul fly -which ended the agony with
three runs to the good and the game
won for all time to come.
Decornm to the Wind.
The crowd went wild when the bat
ting rally started- Once In the sixth,
El Paso got two men on bases and
looked to be due, when Duck Gowan got
caught at second when he should have
been on third and spoiled the chance for
more than one run.
But the -seventh more than made up
for this and father bad breaks the local
Mavericks made in the previous innings.
The crowd was up on Its feet for the
entire inning yelling like mad and little
McCarty was given an informal silver
shower by his aamiring friends. The j
entire team batted around. Seven hits
were made off of the two Douglas
pitchers; .three off of Kane and four
off of Cates, who smiled the smile of
"I told you so" when he saw his team
mate getting his in the seventh.
El Patso Bt3ran Well.
El Paso scored the first run in the
first inning. Gowan got on with a two
base hit through Denny Ford's territory
at first, and scored on "Jackson's long
drive to left for three bases after Flick
had advanced the little duck to third
with an infield hit. El Paso scored
again in the sixth vrhen McCarty got on
with a base on balls, went to second on
Merritt's single and scored on Gowan's
Douglas Scored In Third.
Douglas scored three In the second
when El Paso took a temporary aero
plane flight over Mt. Franklin. Harper
drew a free pass to first. Ford hit to
Booles who threw wild to second to catch
Harper. The overthrow was recovered
by Gowan in center who threw to third
to cut off Harper at that base. The
throw was true, but too true. It hit Har
per on the head and caromed off against
the fence. Harper scoring and Ford go
ing to third. Mathewson made good on
his batting reputation by hitting to
deep center for three bases and scoring
Ford. He was scored in turn by Cates
who hit down first base way the ball
taking a bad hop and going over Jack
son's head. Douglas annexed the final
run in the third when JLBrand hit for
three bases to left and could easi
ly have scored had he been properly
coached. Harper's single did the work a
few minutes later and Douglas's tale
Pitchlnsr Honors to Booles.
With a deceptive, awkward delivery
like a woman throwing at a cat Cates
got away with the first six innings of
his game, but in the seventh the El
Paso hitters were getting him too
strong, when he was pulled out. Kane
tory, a foul, and called the runner
back from a clean single.
Score nnd Summary;
El Paso. AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Gowan, cf . . 4
Flick, ss 5
Hewitt. 3b 4
Jackson, lb 5
Earthman 2b 3
Ketchum, If 4
McCarty, rf... ' 3
Merritt, c . . ,. . 4.
Booles, p...... 4
At St. Louis R. H. E.
New York ..00000000 3 3 9 1
.St. Louis 4 0000104 x 9 12 2
Batteries: New York, Raymond and
Schlei; St. Louis, Sallee and Bresnahan.
Umpires, O'Day and Brennan.
At Des Moines R. H. E.
Des Moines 001 110 10 4 5 4
Topeka 000 001 000 1 4 4
Batteries Biersdorfer and Hawkins;
Wright and Kern.
At Lincoln R. H. E.
Lincoln 000 000 001 1 S 4
Wichita 000 000 004 45 0
Batteries Geist and Clark, Atchison
At Omaha R.H. E.
Omaha 015 310 73 20 22 3
St. Joe 110 220 002 8 10 4
Batteries Keeley and Gonding; Wat
son, Baker and Wolfe.
At New York R. H. E.
St. Louis ..00000000 0 0 4 3
New York .10206005 x 14 15 1
Batteries: St. Louis, KImsella and
Stephens; New York, "Vaughn and
Sweeney. Umpires, Pernlne and O'Laugh
Lt San Francisco R. H. E.
Oakland 1 3 5 1
San Francisco ; 0" 4 2
Batteries Moser and Mitze; Willis
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Chicago 0010002000 0 3 11 2
Phila. ..0 001000200 1 i 9 3
Batteries: Chicago, Walsh and Payne;
Philadelphia, Plank and Thomas. Um
pires, Dineen and Connolly.
.36 7 17 27 14 3
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
4 0 0 4 11
Smith, ss '...;.. 4 0 1 4 2 1
LeBrand, c 5 1 1 6 5 0
Harper, cf 4 1 2 3 1 0
Ford, lb.. ...... 4 1 0 4 1 0
Mathewson, If.. 1 1 0 0 0
Cates, p 2 0 1 0 1 0
Kane, p.. .. 1 0 0 0 1 0
Walters, rf.... 4 0 0 0 0 0
Carlson, 2b 4 0 23 2 0
Pitts 1 0 0 0 0 0
0 3 1
0 2 2
.37 4 8 24 14
3 4 5 6
0 0 4
0 1 S
hits Jackson, LeBrand,
Huns.. .. .
Hits -- -. .
Runs .... .
Two base hits Gowan, 2.
Stolen bases Walters.
Sacrifice hits Earthman.
Innings pitched By Cates, 6 1-3; by
Hits Off Cates, 12; off Kane, 5.
Struck out By Booles, 6; Cates, 2;
Bases on balls Off Booles, 5; off
Cates, 4; off Kane, 1.
Left on bases El Paso, 9; Douglas,
Double plays Flick to Earthman to
Jackson; Lebrand to Smith; Hewett to
Merritt; Carlson to LeBrand to Ward
Time Two hours.
At Washington R. h. E.
Cleveland ...00000000 0 0 5 0
Washington 10000000 0 1 7 0
Batteries: Cleveland, Joss and Clarke;
Washington, Johnson and Street. Um
pires, Sheridan and Kaine.
At Boston r. H. E.
Detroit 4 0001000 0 5 4 0
Boston 0 0020001 0 3 S 1
Batteries: Detroit, Mullin and Stan
age; Boston, Cicotte and Carrigan. Um
pires, Egan and Evans.
At Mobile Chattanooga 3, Mobile 1;
At Montgomery Montgomery 5, At
At New Orleans New Orleans 3.
At Birmingham Birmingham 5. Mem
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Los Angeles .- 2 10 1
Portland 1 7 2
Batteries Toser and Orendorff; Gai
rett, Krapp and Fisher.
At Oklahoma City San Antonio; no
game account rain.
At Fort Worth Waco; no game ac
At Shreveport R. H. E.
Galveston 0-j4 5
Shreveport 4 6 1
Batteries Galveston, Hendrickson
and Stringer; Shreveport, Howell and
Takes Both Saturday and
Sunday Game Big Score
Clifton, Arizona, May 16. Clifton
evened things up with Morenci this
week by taking both games from the
visiting nine of copper diggers. Clifton
took Saturday's game by a close score
3 to 2 but Sunday it was 14 to S.
There were plenty of hits in the Sun
day game, too, Clifton getting 18 and
Abbott pitched and Crittenden caught
for the Clifton team, and Merrill, Cum-
mings, Parks and Hoffman did the bat-
tury work for the visitors from Mo- j
rend. The score:
Clifton 14 18
Morenci 8 13
Clifton defeated Morenci here. Satur
day afternoon in a hard fought, inter
esting game, 3 to 2.
The locals bunched three of their five
hits in the first inning, driving home
three runs, which were sufficient to
Scanlan, the Clifton sidewheeler, was j
on the slab and again held Morenci
safe. Though he was touched up for
two more hits than Ashley he kept
them well scattered and continually
used his head in the holes. Ashley, the
Morenci heaver pitched a good game
after the first inning.
i Clifton AB. R- H. PO. A. E.
E. Mason, 3b 4 0 0 0 3 1
Newell, ss 3 1 1 3
Crlttondftn. o 4
j Riley, lb 4
W. Mason, 2b 4
Scanlan, p 3
Williams, If. 3
Clifford, rf. 3
Ghizoni, cf. 2
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At Dallas R. H. E
Houston l 9 1
Dallas 0 4 1
Batteries Houston, Malloy and
Burch; Dallas, Shontz and Onslow.
ALPLVE WIXS FROM FORT
DAVIS BY 20 to 3 SCORE.
Alpine, Texas, May 16. The Alp'ne
High schol baseball team defeated Ft.
Davis Saturday by the score of 20 to
3. The Alpine boys have won every
game played this season.
Dope On Texas League Games
Special by Wire to The Herald.
(Saturday's and Sunday's Gamea.)
Totals SO 3 526 15 4
Morenci AB. R. H. PO. A. E
At Providence Holy Cross 6, Brown
-Williams 6, Cor-
nell 5; 10 Innings.
At West Point Army 0, Trinity
Philadelphia, Pa., May 16. Sam Lang
ford, of Boston, had things practically
all his own way tonight in the six
round bout with "Jim" Johnson, o
Tennessee, at the National A. C. John
son was very tired at the end of the
Jim Wilson, ss 5 1 2
Parks, If 5 0 1
Jake Wilson, 3b 5 0 1
Kelley, cf 5 1 0
Hoffman, c 4 0 0
Brubaker, lb." 4 0 0
O'Brien, 2b 3 0 1
Cummings, rf. 4 0 2
AsHley, p 3 0 0
7 24 11 4
Jake Wilson ran out of line.
DOUG-LAS WINS THE
GAME ON SATURDAY
Big League Baseball
. Sunday's Results
Score by innings: 123456789
Morenci 00001100 0 2
Clifton 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Two-base hits Cummings, Clifford.
Stolen bases Crittenden, Parks, Kel
ley. Base on balls Off Scanlan 2, off
Struck out By Scanlan 4, bv Ash
Umpire Geo., Quilling.
El Paso Is Defeated' by the
Visiting Bunch by 4
to 2 Score.
EI Pas.0 2
El Paso lost tne heat and race Sat
urday to Douglas, 4 to 2, by listless bat
ting and equally listless playing. In
ability to hit Kane out of the lot was
the tangible reason for the loss of the
game, but, the lack of spirit, snap
or whatever name it is known by, was
the real cause for the series going
back to Dougias with the Demons. Stan
ley Gray worked as hard as he always
does, winding up, pitching and fooling
the batters with his cross fire. But
they just would get to him at inoppor
tune times and the game started out
brisk enough, and looked to be a ham
mer and tongs exhibition of the game
of games. But someone put on the low
speed clutch and it simmered down to a
slow moving affair at the finish. The
only time the fans ever came alive was
when Jackson made a flying catch of
a high fly off of first base shoals when
the chance looked to be an impossible
Kane was working better Saturday
than at any time since he has been in
the league, and his deceptive slow ball
was more than the El Paso batters could
get to. His control was good except
when he allowed one to break too soon
and cracked Flick on the funny bone.
Kane's disposition has likewise Improv
ed with his health and his pitching,
and he is making as many friends as
he formerly lost by his ragging tat
tics. Douglas got to Gray lor 12 hits.
Kane having but seven safeties charged
El Paso scored in the first after
Douglas had chased one and made the
second and final score In the fourth.
Douglas annexed two more in the fifth
session of a hit to -Tef t field by Smith,
At Los Angeles
First game: R H 1
Los Angeles 4 7
Portland 5 6 ;
Batteries: Thorsen and Smith; Seat
on, Stean and Fisher.
Second game: R H K
Los Angeles 3 4 J
Portland 0 3 4
Batteries: Briswalter and Orendorff;
Stean and Foster.
At San Francisco
First game: ' R H E
San Francisco 3 s 1
Oakland 1 4 o
Batteries: Miller and Williams;
Lively and Mitze.
Second game: R ,H E
San Francisco 5 9 0
Oakland 1 -9 4
Batteries: Miller and Williams; Nel
son and Mitze.
At Cincinnati: R
Cincinnati ". ..2
Batteries: Rucker and
Caitleton and McLean.
Umpires: Rigler and Emslie;
At Chicago: R
Batteries: RicMe and Archer; Mat
ern, Burke and Graham.
Umpires: Klem and Kane.
. STATISTICAL BALL DOPE. -
By Art Woods. A
WHERE THEY PLAY TUESDAY.
Ft. Worth, Tex., May 16. Wace and Ft. Wortk played a drafele beader
Snnday. The firit game tfhs an excellent exklMttou, goIaK 10 tealags. Deais
dorff ttsh in fine form and the visitors never had a chance to score. The
second game was a farce, irhlca Treat oaly seven famines. Weataerferd aad
AVeeks, both of Ft. Worth, vrere knocked out of the box.
GALVESTOX AT HOUSTON.
Houston, Tex., May 16. Local fans suffered great disapelatmeat Saaday
when Galveston blanked Houston. Bradford vras iHvlncifele, only five men
reaching first. Mitchell was easy, especially in the fifth innlnp.
OVER AT DALLAS.
Dallas, Tex., May 16. The locals found Shreveport easy Sunday. Six raai
were made before Ashton settled dora. On the other hand, Evans was effec
In a pitcher's battle, Houston vron 11 ora Dallas Saturday. An error ia the
fifth, connected with tvro hits and a bunt scored the Trianin xaa. Malley'i
twirling was the feature of the game.
Shreveport, La., May 16. Errors at the critical juncture enabled Shreve
port to win from Galveston Saturday. Hicdrickson pitched good hall, hat, ow
ing, to bobbles in the field, six hits netted fonr ran. Howell for Shreveper
pitched giitedge ball and was given excellent support.
Boston, at Pittiourg.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
At Ft. Worth
First game: R H
Waco 0 6
Ft. Worth 1 4
Batteries: Loudell, Munsell
White; Deardorff and Gibberfs.
Second game: R H
Waco 8 11
Ft. Worth 1
At St. Louis: R H E
St. Louis 8 6 3
Xew York 3 4 o
Batteries: Corrldou and Bresnahan;
Druicke, Raymond and Myers.
Umpires: O'day and Brennan.
At Lincoln: R H E
Lincoln 4 9 0
Wichita 3 10 2
Batteries: Farthing and Clark; Shan
er and Shaw.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
St. Louis- at Xew York.
Detroit at Boston.
Cleveland at Washington.
Dallas at Ft. Worth.
San Antonio at Waco.
Shreveport at Oklahoma City.
Galveston at Houston.
Daniel Kinet, a Belgian aviator, Sun
day made a passenger flight of two
hours and 51 minutes, breakirg the
world's record. His former passenger
record was two hours and 20 minutes
The womansv world record jump is
claimed by Miss Rachel Hardwick, of
Qulncy, Mass., who Saturday cleared 4
feet and 6 inches, exceeding the record
by 1 Inches.
It was the tenth straight game won j
.by Philadelphia over Chicago Satur-!
day. It went 11 inninsrs. too.
HOW THEY STAXD.
Played. Won. Lost. Pet.
.............j. u X
Batteries: Munsell and Thackera;
Weatherford, Weeks and Green.
Game called at the end of the seventh
inning on account of darkness.
At Omaha: R H E
St. Joe 5 6 2
Omaha 4 9 5
,. Batteries: Galgano and Shea; Melter
and Cadman. '
At Sioux City: R
Sioux City g
Batteries: McLean and filler ; Ham
mond and McMurray.
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At Dallas: R
Shreveport 2 5 2
Dallas G 11 2
Batteries: Ashton and Henninger;
Evans and Onslow.
At Houston: R
Batteries: Bradford and
MStchell and Burch.
At Oklahoma City: San Antonio-Oklahoma
game postponed on account of
Madison, Wis., May 16. In the dual
track meet Wisconsin defeated Minne
sota 81 to 44. -.
Syracuse, X. Y., May 16. Michigan
defeated the Syracuse, track team at
the Syracuse stadium S3 to 4S. Horner
of Michigan won In all 14 points, taking
four seconds and a third.
Xew Y'ork 25
St. Louis 23
Xew York 20
St. Louis 20
Fort Worth ...
"EXTRA Barney Oldfield did not
break three more Records."
sport heard of such record
It is becoming sad!
It was a third series game won by
St. Louis over Xew York Sunday. Cor
ridon, for St. Louis, allowed only four
The American Autonicbi'e association
will hold its first annual hapipionsh-p
races May 30 on the IndianopMs speed
way. A 200 miles race will be for an
Charles Eyton, the Los Angeles ref
eree, visited both Jeffries' ad John!
son's camps Saturday and Sunday. ?S
about tame he was being- Interviewed
There was a pitchers battle between
Johnson and Joss at the CSaveteSd-
oSC1inefe?&dSame' -d hnsonnut
It seems lonesome without those Ed
Sen wPTn WeSt etches! IS
tlt e t rot, which
ou?T?t Tn tht Part ot 0mah held
Tot? V-S.ePh Vlqtory Sunday. Joe
To-nn made oto Omaha's 4
Jim Corht- -.., T1 -r
Has even i lot of credit Mm1 JOQnson a
gent himself. Anvw T.r-7 ca7
better than . Sa!n hrflTnL
BAD WEATHER FOR
THE RD7LEJ4EX SUNTJAT.
Xew Prize to be Contested fer AohS
the Shooters, a Dozen Silver
rm. Saoo:as The Conditions.
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Pittsburc- nlavors cmitfln't hlf MniAT mo ,-,- . c wuu ueia "s cus-
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Sunday, and Philadelphia shut out tielMundy Heights during Sunda?
home team. i in- ounaay
The weather conditions were
dunnsr the pari v m ,
tn-nroi- """" ana got worse
-Luere were ten riflemen
ihe Hixson medal event was the
first contest entered upon ST the
SSST" were made - 1
Allen - ?4
Lawrence, Kan., May 16. In one of
the fastest dual track meets ever held
on, McGook field, Xebraska University LEI Paso
muii uuih Kansas university by a scor-
of 56 to 53.
Played Won Lost Pet.
5 3 .625
Out of 41 runners, L. J. Pillivant. of
Chicago, won the sixth annual Mara
thon race of the Missouri A. C. at St.
Louis Saturday. He made it in two
hours, 53 minutes and 53 seconds.
A second successive vijtory for Bos
ton was won at Chicago Saturday. Cur
tis held the home playeis down to three
San Francisco cel-rt?d Sunday Dy
taking both games from Oakland.
If Jack Johnson went eight rounds
as the dispatches say he did. big Jeff
need worry. Just to show that he
didn't care, Jeff split a bottle of hops.
"If the people of California.- do net
want the fight, they must change the
laws," governor Gillett. of C.v!forn!a.
Gov. is being greatly bothered by the
church people on his eastern trip.
How did it happen anyway, that Sun
day game? Have "Harbuck's Husky
Heroes" come into their own? Qr Is it
only a mistake?
It wasn't very polite of him. but
Richie, of Chicago, shut out his old
team, Boston, at the Windy City Sun
day. Burke, a young Xotre Dame le
cruit. pitched the last four Innings for
Boston, allowing only one hit.
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The first scores made in, this event
were as follows:
Rutledge "" .7
Cant. Jack 4i
The tie between Allen and Haines
was now shot off. Allen made 36 points
and Haines 33. This made Allen wln
tner for the day.
Some practicing was then done aril
the following scores were made:
Capt. Jack .T. ?;
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Rutledge .' 1111111 2-t,"
May 15th. 1910.
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